Circuit Cellar Issue 022 August/September 1991-PDF

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ISSUE 22
Aug/Sept 1991
Theme: EMBEDDED APPLICATIONS

Editor’s INK—The March of Technology, by Curtis Franklin, Jr., 1.
Reader’s INK—Letters to the Editor, 4.
New Product News, 8.
Using Device Drivers To Change the Rules, by Chris Ciarcia, 14.
ISDN (S/T) Interface—General Review of Functional Concepts, by Steven E. Strauss & P.K. Govind, 26.
S-ART: Building The Network Software—Part 2, by John Dybowski, 32.
Numerical Applications Using DSP—Using a DSP Chip for High-Speed Numeric Processing, by Eduardo Pérez & Dapang Chen, 60.
Firmware Furnace—Toolmaker’s Tools, by Ed Nisley, 74.
From the Bench—Reducing Power Consumption: Breathing new life into Data Logging, by Jeff Bachiochi, 81.
Silicon Update—Kynar To The Rescue: The Ultimate Sensor?, by Tom Cantrell, 88.
Practical Algorithms—Summarizing Your Data: Properties of a Bounded Probability Density Function, by Charles P. Boegli, 95.
ConnecTime—Excerpts from the Circuit Cellar BBS, conducted by Ken Davidson, 104.
Steve’s Own INK—A Standard Column, by Steve Ciarcia, 112.

EMULATORS & SIMULATORS SECTION
But It Worked With My Emulator!—Why Emulation isn’t Reality, by Keith Wentworth, 42.
Son Of DDT: A New 8031 Debugger, by Ed Nisley, 49.